India is only the third country after the United States and Brazil to have hit this grim milestone.
The tally of 10,309 coronavirus cases was one of the highest single-day detections so far in the state.
Even in parts of the world that had appeared to have curbed the spread of the virus, countries have recently seen single-day records in new cases, signaling the battle is far from over.
Coronavirus cases continue to surge in some parts of the country and the public health officials are trying to work with governors to tailor responses for each state.
Mumbai city reported 1,047 new cases, taking the tally to 1,15,331 while suburbs added 2,995 new cases. The death toll in Mumbai now stands at 6,398.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday acknowledged the slowdown in activity. The US central bank kept interest rates near zero and pledged to continue pumping money into the economy.
US coronavirus deaths are rising at their fastest rate in two months and have increased by 10,000 in the past 11 days.
Large public gatherings and congregations will continue to remain prohibited, and marriage-related gatherings will have only up to 50 guests. The maximum number of persons allowed at funerals will be 20.
Trump, whose job approval ratings have dropped as many Americans believe he has handled the virus badly, sought for the second week to look in command after setting aside his hands-off approach.
Total cases across the United States surpassed 4 million and rose by at least 60,000 on Thursday.
Nearly 1,42,000 Americans have now died from the illness caused by the coronavirus, a toll that experts warn will likely surge.
In the hardest-hit US counties, officials are running out of places to store bodies as their morgues fill up.
Daily growth in cases has tripled to more than 70,000 since mid-May, and the 7-day moving average of deaths, after falling steadily from April to July, has turned higher.
America is losing about 5,000 people to the virus every week. By contrast, neighboring Canada has reported total deaths of 8,800 since the pandemic started.
Nearly than 3.6 million Americans have now been infected and more than 137,000 have died during the pandemic.
He cautioned that even asymptomatic people can spread the coronavirus to others, increasing the likelihood that the virus could infect a more vulnerable person.
On Thursday, Texas reported over 15,000 new cases, according to a Reuters tally of county data, while Florida reported nearly 14,000 new cases and California almost 10,000.
The surge is making some Americans hesitant to return to public spaces and patronize businesses, despite US President Donald Trump's efforts to downplay the risks.
The United States faces a bleak summer with record-breaking infections and many states forced to close parts of the economy again, leaving some workers without a paycheck.
Loans that appear to breach the letter or spirit of the rules may not be forgiven, and the Treasury plans to conduct a full review of loans of more than $2 million.